Cobra Aerojet Driver
Who’s It For?
Cobra’s push forward in the driver space continues with the new Aerojet drivers, which feature some new technologies paired with some of Cobra’s existing driver technologies to help golfers hit straighter and farther tee shots. Of the three Cobra Aerojet driver models, the standard Cobra Aerojet driver is designed to fit the widest range of golfers as a high-MOI, neutral bias model. Golfers seeking more forgiveness or higher ball speeds without the need for lower spin or a slice fix will gravitate towards this model.
The Tech Story
The new Cobra Aerojet drivers are powered by a new, seamless aerodynamic design that has been adapted to help golfers swing the club faster, therefore generating more clubhead speed and offering more potential distance. The sole of the club has been optimized to reduce drag on the downswing. Also new in the Aerojet drivers is PWR-Bridge Weighting, which is an innovative suspended bridge weight design that enables unrestricted flexibility of the face and sole while positioning the center of gravity low and forward for fast ball speeds. Meanwhile, the PWRSHELL H.O.T. Face maximizes face flexibility through artificial intelligence in which a variable thickness face pattern creates hot zones for more efficiency at impact. In the standard Aerojet model, a weight positioned in the center and back of the clubhead promotes high MOI and a neutral flight bias.
Facts and Figures
Available Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12°
Clubhead Volume: 460cc
Adjustability: +/- 1.5°
Stock Grip: Lamkin Crossline
High Launch / Mid Spin Stock Shaft: UST Helium Nanocore
Mid Launch / Mid Spin Stock Shaft: Mitsubishi Kai’li Blue
Mid Launch / Low Spin Stock Shaft: Mitsubishi Kai’li White
Stock Length: 45.5”
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